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Ray Davies at Center Stage in Atlanta, GA

Former Kinks frontman Ray Davies made a stop at Center Stage in downtown Atlanta, GA, on his solo North American tour. He performed material from his recent album, "See My Friends," which includes some classic Kinks songs.
 

Fitz and The Tantrums in Atlanta, GA

Soulful band Fitz and The Tantrums made a stop on their tour at Center Stage in downtown Atlanta, GA, and performed for a packed house of enthusiastic fans. Fronted by Michael "Fitz" Fitzpatrick and backed up by vocalist Noelle Scaggs and a band of exceptional musicians, Fitz and The Tantrums could be described as "Motown meets the L.A. Indie-Alt scene." Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
 

Jamey Johnson at Wild Bill's in Duluth, GA

Country rocker Jamey Johnson made a stop on his tour at Wild Bill's in Duluth, GA, and performed his hits for a sold-out crowd. Wild Bill's is the largest dance nightclub in the U.S., and Johnson filled the house with enthusiastic fans of all ages. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
 

Music4More Benefit in Atlanta, GA

Music4More, the charity that provides musical instruments to under-funded music programs in public schools, held a benefit concert at Vinyl in downtown Atlanta, GA. Performing for the evening were alt-indie band The Alternate Routes, Country sister trio Carter's Chord and soulful performer Tim Brantley. The evening was a success for the charity and concert goers were treated to an night of great music. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
 

UK Band The Wombats in Atlanta, GA

UK indie rock band The Wombats made a stop in Atlanta, GA on their North American tour and performed for a wildly enthusiastic crowd at The Vinyl. Made up of members Dan Haggis (drums), Matthew "Murph" Murphy (lead vocals and guitar) and Tord Overland-Knudson (Bass), The Wombats performed material from their newest CD, Our Perfect Disease, as well as songs from their previous albums. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
 

Sonia Leigh CD Release Party in Atlanta, GA

Sonia Leigh, a country rocker with a bluesy voice reminiscent of Janis Joplin, held a release party for her new CD at the Variety Playhouse in the Little Five Points district of Atlanta, GA. Sonia played selections from her CD to a packed house of friends and supporters. Opening for Sonia was Sol Junky as well as 12-year-old sensation Aspen Countryman. During the show, Country superstar Zac Brown joined Sonia on stage to perform two songs. Music News Nashville
 

Bret Michaels at Wild Bill's in Duluth, GA

Rock superstar Bret Michaels, former frontman for Poison and reality television star, made a stop on his Get Your Rock On Tour at Wild Bill's in Duluth, GA, where he performed his hits for a packed house of enthusiastic fans. Michaels, a survivor of a major brain hemorrhage, danced across the stage and rocked the house at the country's largest dance club. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photographs.
 

Real Housewives Live Tour in Atlanta, GA

The Real Housewives Live Tour arrived in Atlanta, GA with a flourish at the Cobb Energy Center as the ladies from the hit Bravo show walked the red carpet, then took to the stage where they chatted with each other and interacted with audience members. Present for the evening were Alex McCord, Marysol Patton, Melissa Gorga and NeNe Leakes. Music News Nashville's Jenny Delamotte was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
 

Little Big Town and Eric Pasley in Atlanta, GA

Country hit makers Little Big Town and singer/songwriter Eric Pasley filled the house at the Buckhead Theater in Atlanta, GA. Little Big Town performed their chart-topping hits for enthusiastic fans. Eric, an accomplished songwriter and artist, performed many of the hit tunes he's penned as he opened the show for Little Big Town. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
 

Duran Duran and Neon Trees in Atlanta

Hit 80's pop/rock band Duran Duran, along with indie alt-rock band Neon Trees, made a stop in Atlanta on the All You Need Is Now Tour and performed their hits including "Hungry Like A Wolf" and "Rio" for a sold-out crowd of enthusiastic fans. Both bands rocked the Chastain Park Amphitheater, one of Atlanta's best venues. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
 

Cyndi Lauper and Dr. John in Atlanta

Hit rocker Cyndi Lauper and blues rocker Dr. John made a stop in Atlanta, GA, at the Cobb Energy Center on Lauper's World Tour '11. They performed their hits and more for an enthusiastic crowd of fans who danced in the aisles and definitely enjoyed the music of both artists. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photographs.
 

Arctic Monkeys at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA

English indie rock band The Arctic Monkeys made a stop on their North America tour at the Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA, and performed their hits for an enthusiastic crowd of all ages, from young teens to their parents and more. The music was loud, the crowd was jumping from the first note until the last, and Music News Nashville was onhand to capture the evening in photographs.
 

Toby Keith, Eric Church and JT Hodges on the Locked and Loaded Tour

Country superstar Toby Keith brought his Locked and Loaded Tour to Atlanta and performed his hits for a packed house at Aaron's Lakewood Amphitheater. Opening the show was singer/songwriter JT Hodges, followed by Eric Church who's rousing music kept the fans on their feet throughout his set. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
 

Lindsey Buckingham in Atlanta, GA

Former member of Fleetwood Mac and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Lindsey Buckingham made a stop in Atlanta on his Seeds We Sow Tour and performed his solo hits as well as material from his days with Fleetwood Mac for enthusiastic fans at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Hall. Buckingham performed a full acoustic set with just a guitar before being joined onstage by his band. Music News Nashville was on hand at the concert to capture photos of the evening.
 

Third Day at Alpharetta, GA

Christian rockers Third Day, along with Steven Curtis Chapman, Tenth Avenue North and Trevor Morgan, made a stop on their "Make Your Move" tour in support of their new album. The Atlanta-based band performed selections from the new album including the hit radio single “Lift Up Your Face,” “Make Your Move,” “Gone” and “Children of God” – as well as long-time fan favorites that feature the group’s signature rock sound. Music News Nashville's photographer Allan Ibay was on hand...
 

IEBA 2011 Showcases in Nashville, TN

The International Entertainment Buyers Association held their 2011 conference in Nashville, TN. As part of the conference, several showcases were scheduled where various performers entertained the conference attendees. Performers included Wynonna Judd, The Band Perry, Craig Campbell, Corey Smith, Mark Chesnutt, Sonia Leigh, Josh Gracin and many more. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture a number of the showcases in photos.
 

3 Doors Down and Theory of a Dead Man in Nashville, TN

Hit rockers 3 Doors Down and Theory of a Dead Man recently made a stop on their Time of My Life World Tour at the Fontanel Woods Amphitheater in Nashville, Tennessee, where they performed for a sold-out crowd. It was a cold October night but, despite the chill, the fans stayed on their feet and screamed for more as each band rocked the house. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
 

BET Hip Hop Awards in Atlanta

BET television network held its 2011 Hop Hop awards in Atlanta, GA, to honor the top performers and videos. Hosted by actor/performer Mike Epps, the evening boasted some of the top performers in rap and hip hop who were on hand to perform and accept awards, including LL Cool J, Busta Rhymes, Wiz Khalifa and more. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the red carpet arrivals and the in-house performances in photos.
 
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